Publications & scientific resources
- Our scientific publications are Open Access. For more, see our Publications and Scientific Resources
- Evidence summaries submitted to parliamentary bodies and guidance producing organisations.
- Evidence resources: dietary public health
- Evidence resources: travel, transport and urban design
- Evidence Briefs and data visualisations – succinct summaries of research findings for policymakers and practitioners from the Centre for Diet & Activity Research (CEDAR) which was led by the MRC Epidemiology Unit.
- Food environment assessment tool (Feat) – www.feat-tool.org.uk. Feat allows for detailed exploration of the geography of food retail access across England. Map, measure and monitor access to food outlets at a neighbourhood level, including changes over time.
- Propensity to Cycle tool – www.pct.bike. The PCT provides an evidence base to inform cycling investment.
- Diet, Anthropometry and Physical Activity (DAPA) Measurement Toolkit – www.measurement-toolkit.org. A free resource to assist researchers and public health or public end-users to identify methods for the assessment of diet, anthropometry and physical activity.
Guidance for evidence use and evaluation
- Guidance and links to support effective evaluation and evidence use.
Talks and seminars
- Active Travel: How and Why (pdf) – a talk given by Jenna Panter at the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Annual Travel Awards conference on 25 February 2016.
- Searching for evidence in the living laboratory: a keynote lecture given by Dr David Ogilvie at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, Rio de Janeiro, 9 April 2014
- MRC Epidemiology Unit Seminar Series. Hear from leading researchers in diet, physical activity, public health and epidemiology, as well as others beyond academia working in these areas.
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